Twyla O’Callaghan is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia, National Certified Counselor and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. She received her Master’s at Georgia State University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and her B.A. in Psychology from Seattle Pacific University. Twyla is a trained EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) therapist and uses it extensively in her practice.
Twyla works with clients in the areas of trauma throughout the life span, identity development, life transitions, emerging adults, relationship difficulties, anxiety and depression.
A particular therapeutic interest of Twyla’s is working with adult adoptees. Twyla understands the complexity of how attachment, grief, multicultural integration, and identity unfold in a person’s life. The development and grief of an adoptee is a lifelong process.
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Marion Gilbert, R.P.T., has been practicing physical therapy for 42 years and is the owner of a well-established physical therapy practice and movement studio in Grass Valley, CA. She has extensive training in CranioSacral Therapy, Somato-Emotional Release and Trauma Resolution. Marion has been actively using the Enneagram professionally and personally for the past 17 years. She emphasizes understanding the role of the somatic lens of perception in facilitation of personal and spiritual transformation in the Enneagram. Her specific interest is in developing somatic awareness for reconciling three-centered awareness in relationship to contemplation and awakening. Marion developed the Somatic Enneagram Certification Training and is teaching locally and internationally. She is an Adjunct Faculty member of The Narrative Enneagram and an Advisory Board member of the Enneagram Prison Project.
To learn more about Marion, please visit her website at mariongilbert.com.
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Stephan Monteserín, originally from Puerto Rico, lives in Orlando, Florida. He spends his work hours as a Licensed Mental Health Therapist.
Vocationally, Stephan is motivated by a desire to assist those who are hurting to better embrace the struggles, as they acknowledge how their pain can be an invitation to fuller life. Trained in various trauma resolution modalities, he believes integrating past and resolving our trauma releases empathy towards our tender inner selves that ultimately radiates outward.
In counseling, he focuses on helping people to find their identity as rooted in love, especially for racial and ethnic minority populations, LGBTQIA folx, and those for whom trauma has set up for addictive patterns and relational unhealth.
Stephan loves the opportunity that the Enneagram offers as a transformative tool, inviting us to become more compassionately acquainted with the people we love and want to love, as well as to the true self we often sabotage and alienate.
Dr. Miravone Dorough
Dr. Miravone is a graduate of the fully accredited postgraduate program in Chiropractic and Naturopathic Medicine at National University of Health Sciences. She has additional post-graduate training in pediatrics, nutrition, and functional rehabilitation as well as various myofascial techniques.
Within all of her life experiences, her passion for finding the root cause grew and she made necessary changes in her own life, and has fully experienced the power of holistic medicine. She has taken a special interest in being a mental health advocate and seeking true healing through modalities such as herbs, nutraceuticals, lifestyle changes, meditation, and personal growth work.
She wholeheartedly believes in “Doctor as teacher” and that education can empower people of all ages and walks of life to take charge of their health and live optimally! She loves to be part of community, advocating for those marginalized and voiceless, and challenging thought processes in order to bring true change.
Dr. Huiying Guo
Dr. Ying Guo immigrated to the U.S. with her parents from Zhengzhou, China at the age of 5, and grew up throughout the Midwest. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Cellular Molecular Neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. Fascinated by the complexities of the human brain, she loves bridging spirituality and social behavior with neuroplasticity and mental health.
Committed to patient care and advocacy, she currently works as a primary care physician in both clinic and hospital settings in St Paul, MN, serving a diverse patient population.